|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Partners in Grain WA Inc.|
Partners in Grain WA Inc. will conduct the INSPIRE Summit 2018 project. The two day conference aims to increase the skills, capacity and confidence of rural WA women who are a part of what is traditionally a male dominated industry. Topics covered will include Leadership and advocacy, office management, technology and data, communication skills, managing the work life balance and legalities and liabilities.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Shire of Nannup|
The Shire of Nannup will conduct the Women on Fire project. The pilot program will see women take part in a series of welding and plasma cutting workshops that will also cover the essentials of design, material preparation, Occupational Health and Safety, correct use of machinery and developing ideas into small business opportunities.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||United Nations Association of Australia WA Division Inc.|
The United Nations Association of Australia WA Division Inc. will conduct the Young Women's Leadership Program. Up to 20 young women living within the City of Joondalup will be invited to attend two half day workshops aimed at encouraging participants to discover and explore their potential, through training in leadership and skills development, self-confidence and community participation.
|Metropolitan - North West|
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Glass Jar Australia Limited|
Glass Jar Australia Limited will conduct The Confident Me Women's Leadership Camp. Aboriginal women between 13-18 years of age, living in the Kimberley region will be invited to attend the four day camp in February 2018. Participants will take part in a range of physical, artistic and cultural activities aimed at building resilience, self-confidence and leadership skills.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre Inc.|
Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre Inc. will conduct the Mother's Business project. The program is designed to provide direction to stay-at-home mothers, guiding them through the process of creating, maintaining and succeeding in a home-based business. The program focuses on practical skills, peer support and access to successful local business people with the aim of ensuring that the information provided is accessible and relevant for stay-at-home mothers who wish to increase their economic independence whilst remaining at home with their young children.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||National Trust of Australia (Western Australia)|
The National Trust of Australia (Western Australia) will conduct the Goldfields Aboriginal Women's Book Writing project. Ten language speaking Aboriginal women from Leonora, Norseman and Kalgoorlie will take part in a series of writing workshops held over a period of 16 weeks. They will each work with a translators to develop stories and create an illustrated book. Launch events will be held in each of the three towns involved in the project.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc.|
Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc. will conduct the Constable Clare project. The organisation will design, create and introduce the new female character to the Constable Care group. The aim of the project is to encourage young people to rethink how they may see gender in the police force, discouraging gender interpretation of policing as a male role and encouraging young women to consider leadership careers in the police force.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Starick Services Inc.|
Starick Services Inc. will conduct the Economic Empowerment through Financial Literacy for Women Experiencing Family and Domestic Violence project. Funding will go towards the one-off costs associated with staff members participating in The Economic Empowerment Project which is being facilitated by the Women's Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services and the Department of Social Services at Curtin. At the end of the project staff will be trained to deliver financial literacy programs to clients.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Madjulla Association|
Madjulla Association will conduct The West Kimberley - Celebrating Our Fitzroy River Living Water with Stories and Canvas project. Women from the seven Aboriginal Nations of the Fitzroy River and floodplains will be invited to take part in a five stage creative project aimed at getting women actively involved in future planning for the River, whilst building and showcasing their leadership skills to the wider community.
|Grants for Women Program||2017/2018||Women in Farming Enterprise Inc. - Ongerup|
Women in Farming Enterprise Inc. - Ongerup will conduct the Women in Farming Enterprise (WIFE) Annual Seminar. The aim of the project is to bring like-minded women together to celebrate their contribution to farming enterprise and to link participants with expertise to develop knowledge and skills that will enable them to contribute to the management and sustainability of their farm businesses. The theme for 2017 is resilience in yourself, your family, your workers and your community.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Quairading Community Resource Centre|
Quairading Community Resource Centre will conduct the Empowering the Youth of Quairading project. Young people will be invited to attend a series of three workshops held over an eight week period. Classes will be run for both males and females and they will include the Drumbeat Program; Yoga and Mindfulness sessions and gym sessions led by a personal trainer. The aim of the project is provide learning opportunities to participants and promote healthy lifestyle choices.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||York Community Resource Centre Inc.|
York Community Resource Centre Inc. will conduct the 2018 Youth Rainwater Tank Silhouette Project. Young people will be invited to attend a series of after school workshops where they will design and create images that will then be transferred onto the local sports complex rainwater tanks. The project will showcase young people's skills and their positive contributions the community.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Warren Catchments Council Inc.|
Warren Catchments Council Inc. will conduct Environmental Art in the Warren Community project. Young people will be invited to attend a series of art workshop over the course of 12 months where they will design and create ephemeral and installation art works which will be displayed at various locations throughout the community. A community exhibition will be held at the end of the project, which will showcase young people's talents and contributions.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Blackwood Youth Action Inc.|
Blackwood Youth Action Inc. will conduct the New Bridge project. A series of structured workshops will be held with young people over a six month period. Activities will include healthy cooking classes where young people will learn how to prepare and create affordable and well balanced meals; grooming and deportment workshops that aim to build young people’s self-esteem and confidence and Dungeon and Dragon sessions that will help develop problem solving, leadership and team building skills.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Fairbridge Western Australia Inc.|
Fairbridge Western Australia Inc. will conduct the Fairbridge Vacation Care project. Activities will be made available to young people over a ten day period during the April, July and September/October school holiday periods. Participant will take part in a range of workshops and outdoor activities that aim to build self-confidence, leadership skills and life skills.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||City of Greater Geraldton|
The City of Greater Geraldton will conduct the School of Rock/Battle of the Bands project. This eight month program will see young people take part in a series of musical workshops culminating in a Battle of the Bands event. The School of Rock will encapsulate all aspects from music from writing, playing, recording, engineering and management through to live performances. The Geraldton Youth Action Group will be involved in all aspects of the planning and implementation of the project.
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Migrants Professional Bridge Inc.|
Migrants Professional Bridge Inc., trading as Aus-Professional-Bridge (APB), will conduct the LiME – Leadership in Motion & Experience Project. Young people will take part in a range of workshops, information sessions and excursions which will be held on a fortnightly basis for a period of six months. Activities will include communication and leadership sessions, storytelling and poetry workshops, inspirational speakers and soft sports.
|Metropolitan - South East|
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||International Forum of Reconciliation and Peace (IFORAP)|
The International Forum of Reconciliation and Peace (IFORAP) will conduct the Invisible Generation project. This 12 week program aims to address a gap in service provision to newly arrived youth of refugee background by providing them with the networks, information, skills and strategies to develop and reach their career goals. Participants will attend a series of workshops that focus on self-discovery, Australian culture, job skills training and physical activities.
|Metropolitan - South West|
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||City of Joondalup|
The City of Joondalup will conduct the Beat the Break Dance Competition. Young people aged 12 to 18 will be invited to take part in a hip hop dance competition which will be held at Craigie Leisure Centre. Individuals, duos and crews within the age range will perform at the event and will compete to win prizes in their chosen category. The competition will be judged by leading hip hop dancers from Perth and will also include a performance from a local professional dance troupe.
|Metropolitan - North West|
|Youth Engagement Grant Program||2017/2018||Live To Tell Your Story Inc.|
Live To Tell Your Story Inc. will conduct the Djinda Ngadark Showcase Dinner project. Young people who participated in the State Wide Kambarang program will get an opportunity to travel to Perth and take part in an intensive cooking school camp where they will learn about local bush food and design a menu for the formal dinner event. Participants will also be given the opportunity to create a range of garments that will be featured in a fashion show during the evening. The project provides an opportunity for young people to showcase their skills to renowned WA Chef's, industry professionals and the wider community.